Together, we are hosting a series of get-togethers and FREE speaker events on all things related to digital media. The first one will be on Thursday 16 September where Elizabeth Ford, Editor of The Guardian’s Katine project microsite, will be discussing Katine and how the Guardian has taken a new approach to reporting its development using the web and digital media. The 45 places were snapped up in under two hours, but watch this space as we may be able to move to a higher capacity venue.
We’ve also got a lot lined up for future evenings, including; the producer of the the BBC Radio Four Charity Appeal and a special film screening and Director’s Q&A. Hush hush right now…
Most of these events will be kindly hosted by Happy Computers. More details coming very soon… And if you’ve got suggestions for topics you’d like covered please let me know.
Our partnership kicks off on Thursday 12th August with an informal summertime pot-luck picnic in St James’s Park.
This is our opportunity to put names to faces, meet a whole bunch of like-minded people working in charity comms and digital media. Should be fun if it doesn’t rain.
For some background; I set up the Third Sector PR and Communications Network on Facebook in 2007, because I felt there ought to be a place to ‘meet’ and share best practice for those of us in third sector comms. The group has well over 1,200 members internationally – and we’ve had a few offline meetups and drinks, and the occasional link up with CharityComms and now sounddelivery.
A special thanks too, goes to Daniel Battams – who has leant his inimitable style, pro bono, to designing the new group logo.
Hope you can drop by and say hello – and really hope to meet some of you very soon.